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Fake News Hacks Claim Man Died After Ingesting Chloroquine ‘Because of Trump’ – Leaves Out the Fact He Actually Drank Koi Pond Cleaner

The fraudstream media is truly the enemy of the American people. 
Late last week President Donald Trump announced a new medical treatment that includes malaria drug chloroquine and Z-pac cocktail to battle the coronavirus.
There are three international studies that show the combination is very effective in treating the coronavirus and also acts as a prophylactic.
We reported on the success of Chloroquine earlier today and this week.
The propagandists in the media however are desperate to make President Trump look like a murdering liar so they spread one of the biggest hoaxes yet in the Coronavirus news cycle.
On Monday it was reported that a 68-year-old man died after ingesting chloroquine.
Only he didn’t ingest chloroquine — he drank fish tank cleaner and poisoned himself to death.

But the media ran with the lie anyway, because orange man bad.
Read this thread from NBC hack Heidi Przybyla:  

And here it is…don’t believe anything the President says… 
Buried 8 tweets down, this NBC hack admits the man who died drank FISH TANK CLEANER — but her original tweet with the lie has nearly 20,000 re-tweets.
“The toxic ingredient they consumed was not the medication form of chloroquine, used to treat malaria in humans. Instead, it was an ingredient listed on a parasite treatment for fish.” 
Axios also ran with the lie in its headline. Anything for re-tweets. 
And the lie just kept going…another one… 
George Conway also tweeted out the lie…15,000+ re-tweets and counting. 
So now because the media hates President Trump, they are telling Americans that chloroquine will kill them.


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  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1XNHNUlapk

    start at 5:25 / 20:43 on the counter

    "risk of retinoplasty damage to the eyes by hydroxychloroquine"


    Hydroxychloroquine retinopathy: A review of imaging


    Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) retinopathy can result in permanent vision loss.

  3. you have to be smarter than the piece of equipment you are trying to use ...........

  4. I don't think Trump ever advised that people should be drinking aquarium products. Even if the 2 chemicals are closely related, proper dosing need to be assigned by a medical doctor. Aspirin can kill you if you take too much.